These People Risk Their Lives Unlawfully Riding Behind Trucks for a Living And Here are the Reasons

Water shortages in some parts of the mountainous province of Bukidnon in the Philippines has led to the creation of a very particular means of transportation.

This is a human-powered push cart known as a keratin used mainly by locals to transport water to the outskirts of Bukidnon along the highway linking the coastal town of Cagayan De Oro.

Keratin conductors must roll their carts to the downhill community water source to fill their containers with clean potable water.

Watch video below to discover how local people risk their live on a ingenious human-powered Karito push-carts to ride the highways of Bukidnon province in the Philippines to supply water to the needy inhabitants of the hilly area.

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